BBC’s Survivor star; What Stops People of Color to experience the Outdoors; and How Nature can heal traumas

Tinuke Oyediran


"I was the weirdo, definitely"

Tinuke Oyediran is an adventurer wearing many hats; she not only holds World Records in roller skating and participated in the extremely successful show BBC's "Survivor", but making her pursuit as an advocate for inclusive adventures and making them accessible to everyone.

After the loss of close ones and the most inspiring person - her mother - Tinuke found solace in adventure and nature.

In this episode, we delve into:

  • The underrepresentation of people of color in outdoor activities and WHY they are left out
  • Exploring how nature can be a source of healing for traumas
  • Uncovering the best short-trip adventures around London and cities

Tinuke has been guests on our Podcast "Art of Adventuring

About Tinuke

Tinuke is a British Adventurer wearing many hats. World record roller skater and adrenalin junkie alike she starred on TV shows and wants to brin People of Color to the outdoors.

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